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The Project Gutenberg EBook of American Cookery, by VariousThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: American CookeryNovember, 1921Author: VariousRelease Date: July 11, 2008 [EBook #26032]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK AMERICAN COOKERY ***Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Emmy and the OnlineDistributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.netTHANKSGIVING MENUS AND RECIPESAMERICANCOOKERYFORMERLYTHE BOSTONCOOKING-SCHOOL MAGAZINEOF·CULINARY·SCIENCE and DOMESTIC·ECONOMICSCoverPainted by Edw. V. Brewer for Cream ofWheat Co. Copyright by Cream of WheatCo. HIS BODYGUARD Painted by Edw. V.Brewer for Cream of Wheat Co. Copyright byCream of Wheat Co.HIS BODYGUARDDo You Realize ThatSuccess in BakingDepends Upon The Leavener?In reality, if the baking powder is not PURE and PERFECT in its leavening qualities, food will be spoiled in spite ofskill and care.RUMFORDTHE WHOLESOME BAKING POWDERleavens just right. RUMFORD makes the dough of a fine, even texture. It brings out in the biscuits, muffins, cakes ordumplings the natural, delicious flavor of the ingredients.RUMFORD contains the phosphate necessary to the building of the bodily tissues, so essential to children.Many helpful suggestions are contained in Janet ...

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of American Cookery,
by Various
This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no
cost and with
almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,
give it away or
re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg
License included
with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net
Title: American Cookery
November, 1921
Author: Various
Release Date: July 11, 2008 [EBook #26032]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK
AMERICAN COOKERY ***
Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Emmy and the Online
Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net
THANKSGIVING MENUS AND RECIPES
AMERICAN
COOKERY
FORMERLYTHE BOSTON
COOKING-SCHOOL MAGAZINE
OF·CULINARY·SCIENCE and
DOMESTIC·ECONOMICS
Cover
Painted by Edw. V. Brewer for Cream of Wheat Co.
Copyright by Cream of Wheat Co. HIS BODYGUARD
Painted by Edw. V. Brewer for Cream of Wheat Co.
Copyright by Cream of Wheat Co.
HIS BODYGUARD
Do You Realize That
Success in Baking
Depends Upon The Leavener?
In reality, if the baking powder is not PURE and
PERFECT in its leavening qualities, food will be spoiled
in spite of skill and care.
RUMFORD
THE WHOLESOME BAKING POWDER
leavens just right. RUMFORD makes the dough of a
fine, even texture. It brings out in the biscuits, muffins,
cakes or dumplings the natural, delicious flavor of the
ingredients.
RUMFORD contains the phosphate necessary to the
building of the bodily tissues, so essential to children.
Many helpful suggestions are contained in Janet
McKenzie Hill's famous book "The Rumford Way of
Cookery and Household Economy"— sent free.
RUMFORD
COMPANY
Dept. 19
Providence, R. I.
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AMERICAN COOKERYVol. XXVI NOVEMBER, 1921 No. 4
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ACONTENTS FOR NOVEMBER
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WINDOWS AND THEIR FITMENTS. I Mary Ann Wh25
ll. eelwright 1
25THE TINY HOUSE. Ill. Ruth Merton
5
YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO, JIMM Eva J. DeMar25
IE sh 8
26
SOMEBODY'S CAT Ida R. Fargo
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Ernest L. Thur26
HOMING-IT IN AN APARTMENT
ston 3
26
TO EXPRESS PERSONALITY Dana Girrioer
5
27
EDITORIALS
0
SEASONABLE-AND-TESTED RECIP Janet M. Hill a27
ES (Illustrated with halftone engravin nd Mary D. C 3
gs of prepared dishes) hambers
28
MENUS FOR WEEK IN NOVEMBER
2
28
MENUS FOR THANKSGIVING DINNERS
3
Alice E. Whita28CONCERNING BREAKFASTS
ker 4
SOME RECIPES FOR PREPARING 28
Kurt Heppe
POULTRY 6
Ella Shannon 29
POLLY'S THANKSGIVING PARTY
Bowles 0
HOME IDEAS AND ECONOMIES:—Vegetable Tart 29
s 2
and Pies—New Ways of Using Milk—Old New Engla
nd Sweetmeats
29
QUERIES AND ANSWERS
5
31
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Concerning Breakfasts 284
Editorials 270
Home Ideas and Economies 292
Homing-It in an Apartment 263
Menus 282, 283
Polly's Thanksgiving Party 290
Silver Lining, The 310
Some Recipes for Preparing Poultry 286
Somebody's Cat 260
Tiny House, The 255
To Express Personality 265
Windows and Their Fitments 251
You're not Supposed to, Jimmie 258
SEASONABLE-AND-TESTED RECIPES
Beef, Rib Roast of, with Yorkshire Pudding. Ill. 277
Boudin Blanc 281
Bread, Stirred Brown 280
Brother Jonathan 275
Cake, Pyramid Birthday 280
Cake, Thanksgiving Corn. Ill. 277
Chicken, Guinea. Ill. 276
Cookies, Pilgrim. Ill. 279
Cucumbers and Tomatoes, Sautéed 281
Cutlets, Marinated 276
Fanchonettes, Pumpkin. Ill. 279
Frappé, Sweet Cider. Ill. 278
Fruit, Suprême 299
Garnish for Roast Turkey 274
Jelly, Apple Mint, for Roast Lamb 276
Pancakes, Swedish, with Aigre-Doux Sauce 280
Parsnips, Dry Deviled 278
Pie, Fig-and-Cranberry 278
Potage Parmentier 273
Pudding, King's, with Apple Sauce 278
Pudding, Thanksgiving 277
Pudding, Yorkshire 277
Punch, Coffee Fruit 278
Purée, Oyster-and-Onion 274
Salad, New England. Ill. 275
Salmon à la Creole 275
Sauce, Aigre-Doux 280
Sausages, Potato-and-Peanut 273
Steak, Skirt, with Raisin Sauce 281Stuffing for Roast Turkey 274
Succotash, Plymouth. Ill. 275
Tart, Cranberry, with Cranberry Filling. Ill. 279
Turkey, Roast. Ill. 274
QUERIES AND ANSWERS
Cake Baking, Temperature for 298
Chicken, To Roast 295
Corn and Potatoes, To boil 295
Fish, To broil 298
Gingerbread, Soft 298
Ice Cream, Classes of 300
Icing, Caramel 295
Pie, Deep-Dish Apple 298
Pies, Lemon, Why Watery 296
Pimientoes, Canned 300
Pineapple, Spiced 295
Potatoes, Crisp Fried 296
Sauce, Cream 298
Sauce, Tartare 296
Table Service, Instructions on 296
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